A congenital, erythematous eruption
- Author(s): Ballin, Jason S;
- Green, Brian P;
- Gehris, Robin;
- Kress, Doug;
- Galambos, Csaba
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/D30jz324zn
Unknown: A congenital, erythematous eruption
1. Naval Branch Health Clinic, Department of Aviation Medicine, Kingsville, Texas. email@example.com
Jason S Ballin DO1, Brian P Green DO2, Robin Gehris MD2, Doug Kress MD2, Csaba Galambos MD3
Dermatology Online Journal 16 (7): 15
2. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Division of Pediatric Dermatology, Wexford, Pennsylvania
3. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Division of Pediatric Pathology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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A 2-day-old male patient was seen in consultation in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for multiple erythematous, scaly papules that were present at birth. He was born full-term via uncomplicated vaginal delivery following a healthy pregnancy to two non-consanguineous parents. He was otherwise healthy. Physical examination showed a well-appearing male with erythematous papules with scale on his scalp, face, trunk, and bilateral upper and lower extremities (Figures 1 and 2). The axilla and inguinal folds were involved as well. A 4 mm punch biopsy was performed on one of the representative papules on his abdomen. A high-power view of the histopathology is shown in Figure 3.
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